Constructions and confrontations: changing representations of women and feminisms, East and West : selected essays
Cristina Bacchilega, Cornelia Niekus Moore, University of Hawaii at Manoa. College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, East-West Center
College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature, University of Hawaiʻi and the East-West Center, 1996 - Art - 336 pages
Feminism has proved to be a major force behind social change all over the world. yet, the very idea of introducing women's studies studies as an autonomous discipline in the university curricula faces reservation, even resistance and hostility. This particularly true of a country like India, where the education system is still suffering from a colonial hangover.
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